Aaron Shafovaloff has written some helpful words over at the Mormon Coffee
blog: "Should Christians stay in manipulative interfaith relationships?
" Here are his opening thoughts:
Suppose you are in a dialog with someone over the most important things in all of reality--eternal life and the heart and holiness and the heinousness of sin and the glory of God and the nature of deity and the worship of the Creator and the promise of everlasting joy for believers and the future of eternal, conscious torment for idolaters. Whew. Important stuff, isn't it? What would you do if this friend told you that if you ever asked penetrating questions or seriously challenged his beliefs or made an embarrassing moral accusation against him that he would cut off ties from you?
Labels: Apologetics, Mormonism